When guys showed up on site they had to have a union worker present to unplug or plug in power and fiber cables(even within the same rack going to our own equipment) because was a union job The facilities ones were just as bad they were supposed to do all of the rack installs and adjustments, had to be the ones that place equipment on users desks, and if it needed moved you had to work through them because was a union job But they refused to have any sort of process to help us deal with outages in an efficient manner and we were constantly fighting with them because of SLA getting busted because of their refusal to work with us. 3 different unions, 3 different functions, 3 different states, same petty and obstructionist behavior. It was a complete fucking nightmare and has left a sour taste for unions in my mouth ever since..
Even luke skywalker had trouble with the force and trained with mother fucking yoda but, she gets it right off the bat, with ZERO training and no master. I am not saying she needs to have a significant lineage, only a logical one. The greatest jedi and sith have had great masters or its in their blood.
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